At Performance Space New York, Okoyomon enables a sense of communion amid unrelenting loss.
A cohort of artists and collectives will have “full transparency into the organization’s inner workings” and control of its annual production budget to pay their own wages and develop programs.
The strength in LaBeija’s Performa debut comes from her ability to use Oskar Shlemmer’s Bauhaus ballet as an outline, while organically combining the talents of people in her community.
A mix of voices filled the room with passages from Borderlands, serving as a powerful antidote to the violent racism and xenophobia that characterizes our current political moment.
A glimpse into the impressive breadth and variety of performances and lived experiences of disability.
On Saturday, the First Nations Dialogues marks the start of a week-long series in support of Indigenous performance and cultural change.
In her new solo piece, Mette Ingvartsen unravels taboos onstage by reenacting key moments in the history of porn.
Performance Space New York to host a conference on reimagining the social, looking at the relationships between humans and non-humans and how we interact on this planet.